Subterranean Press Announces Kelly Robson Collection

Since publishing her first short story in 2015, Kelly Robson has gained considerable critical acclaim for her work, earning nominations for the Aurora, Nebula, and Hugo awards—earning wins in each category.

Now, she’s collecting most of her shorter work into a collection, Alias Space and Other Stories, set to come out from Subterranean Press in March 2021.

The collection will be limited to a thousand copies, and comes with a fantastic cover illustrated by Lauren Saint-Onge. The anthology will come with a couple of brand new stories, and each of which will come with an author’s note.

Here’s the table of contents:

  • Introduction
  • Two-Year Man
  • A Study in Oils
  • Intervention
  • La Vitesse
  • So You Want to be a Honeypot
  • Two Watersheds
  • The Desperate Flesh
  • Alias Space
  • Skin City [Disclaimer: I helped edit this story as part of The Verge‘s Better Worlds anthology.]
  • Waters of Versailles
  • What Gentle Women Dare
  • The Three Resurrections of Jessica Churchill
  • We Who Live in The Heart
  • A Human Stain
  • Acknowledgements

 

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